4 Days in Portland, Oregon

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Matt Lynch
Itinerary by: Matt Lynch
7 months ago
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Duration: 4 days

Itinerary Introduction

Portland is a place that breaks records. Long ago it seems to have been decided that the city must set fresh records in whatever category imagination can conjure. Containing the smallest garden, largest bookshop, and most microbreweries in the US – amongst many others – the city appears close to completing this vision. Portland is the biggest city in Oregon and a hub of the Pacific Northwest coast. Although sometimes overshadowed by its larger Washington State rival, Seattle, there’s plenty of activities and sites to explore in this wacky and alternative city. Perched on the outflow of the Columbia River basin, Portland has for decades been known as a port city specialising in the timber and maritime trade industries. Though once considered a place of gangs and crime, Portland has now grown into a city that accepts counter-culture values and unconventional views. Portland has embraced its new status as a progressive city. From the 1970s it began to establish itself as a home for social activism. Young people began to move into Portland in the 90s creating a surge of new entertainment areas and a booming selection of places to go and things to see. One such feature is its food cart scene. As a result, Portland has often been cited as the best US city for street food. Portland has more subtlety to its streets than other larger cities in the US. There are fewer outstanding monuments or landmarks. It’s a city that is intriguing, unusual, but undeniably endearing. Many travellers who visit often say they can see themselves living there. It’s the allure of that lifestyle – strong enough to tame any wayfarer – that makes Portland such a special place. Image Credits: Zack Spear on Unsplash

Useful information about Portland, Oregon

The history of Portland, Oregon

Portland has a historic past and was founded in the 1830s as the terminus point to the Oregon Trail. This was a trade route used by travelling wagons and immigrating people stretching from Missouri, 2,170 miles across the Mid-West, to Portland.

A fun fact from Portland, Oregon

Portland has many nicknames which further embrace its quirky attitude. It’s called the “City of Roses” due to the numerous rose gardens and rose beds that line the streets. In the 20th century, it coined the name “Stumptown” due to the rapid deforestation from wood cutting. Others know Portland as “Bridgetown”, “Portlandia”, and "Rip City".

The language in Portland, Oregon

American/English. Some Spanish is spoken in Mexican communities.

Best times to visit Portland, Oregon

Portland is characterised by warm and mild summers with cold and rainy winters. Due to its position on the Pacific coast, it receives gusts of warm, moist air brought about by deep ocean currents. As a result, often it can be a blizzard in the nearby Cascade Mountains, whilst Portland receives milder temperatures and rainfall. Compared to other areas in the Pacific Northwest such as Vancouver (British Columbia) and Seattle (Washington State) the city has the warmest average temperature, the most hours of sunshine, and the lowest rainfall and snowfall. However, it’s hard to escape the often-overcast days in the winter months! Summer is a great time to enjoy walks along the river and in the parks. Visitors in July should aim to coincide their trip with the Oregon Brewers Festival, the largest outdoor craft beer festival in North America.

Getting to Portland, Oregon

Portland has an international airport on the edge of the Columbia River. From the airport, it's a 30 minute drive/taxi to Downtown or 50 minutes on the Max Red Line train.

Getting around in Portland, Oregon

Portland is a very pedestrian-friendly city with good transport links to the main districts. Blocks in Portland are 200 feet long and it’s easy to walk between the city’s labelled quadrants. The city is neatly bisected into east and west by the Willamette River and north and south by Burnside Street. The Max Light Rail forms the foundation of the city’s transport options. Services are frequent and run every 15 minutes, daily. It’s $5 for a day pass and the line connects Portland city centre with the suburbs and airport. The Portland Streetcar flows through Downtown and up along the east bank of the Willamette River. You can hop on and hop off using the Hop ticket scanners. TriMet also runs the bus services in the city using the same Hop ticket scanners.

Local cuisine in Portland, Oregon

Food carts rule supreme in Portland. With its buzzing food scene, it would be fair to say cuisines from all over the world are represented in Portland. Oh, and donuts. Donuts are big in Portland!

Tipping in Portland, Oregon

As with many cities in the US, tipping is expected. Anywhere from 15-20% upwards is generally considered acceptable.

Where to stay in Portland, Oregon

If you want to be in the heart of the action, there’s no better place to stay than Downtown. Nearby, in the northwest of Portland, there’s also the Pearl District. An affluent and densely populated area. It’s close to many of the main sites and is filled with upscale eateries and more sophisticated accommodation options – though, you will pay a premium in this area! B&B options are common in the eastern residential districts if you’re looking for a more homely stay. In Northeast Portland, there’s a cluster of well-known motel chains that offer budget accommodation.

Safety in Portland, Oregon

Unfortunately there is a large homeless population in Portland where drug use is rife. Theft can occur. There are certain areas of the city that are worse than others but most of the touristy areas are safe. All the usual precautions of locking your car and not leaving valuables on display are recommended.

Alternative locations

- Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area - Mount Hood - Oregon coastline

Portland, Oregon - Travel Itinerary

Day 1

Donuts & Parks

A busy first day in Portland spent walking around some of the city's best parks, sampling donuts, and visiting the famous Portland Art Museum
08:00 - 09:00

International Rose Test Garden

International Rose Test Garden, 400 SW Kingston Ave, Portland, OR 97205, USA
It wouldn’t be right to visit the “City of Roses” and not see any roses. Situated in the beautiful Washington Park, these gardens are more than a century old and contain 10,000 plants and 550 varieties of roses. The gardens are split into 3 terraces across a 4.5-acre plot. A caveat to visiting the gardens is that you must visit them at the right time of year to see them in full bloom. June through to October are the prime time to enjoy the floral scents and colours. In the same area of Washington Park is another sensational garden. The Portland Japanese Garden is thought to be one of the most authentic Japanese-style gardens in the United States. It is spread across 5.5 acres and has water features, a tea house, peaceful glades, and scenic mountain views. Image Credits: PiccoloNamek on Wikimedia Commons
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Notes

Begin your day with a refreshing walk around the rose gardens in Washington Park.

Getting there

There's plenty of parking in Washington Park if you're driving. Alternatively, you can catch the number 63 Washington Park shuttle bus.

09:30 - 10:30

Blue Star Donuts

1701 SW Jefferson St, Portland, OR 97205, USA
Best donuts in the city? Quite possibly. Though, that would be a tough assumption to make unless you’ve visited every bakery, of which there are many! The flavour combinations stretch the wildest of minds: blueberry bourbon basil, raspberry rosemary buttermilk, and carrot za'atar Fritters. Voodoo Donuts is the competitor and is often cited as the place for tourists to go if they want donuts. They sell iconic and weird combinations such as the Voodoo Doll and the Bacon Maple Bar. Some of its hype may be due to the bakery featuring on the tv series Man vs Food. However, if you ask any local, most will roll their eyes and say it’s overrated. Blue Star is where it’s at if you want to taste a good donut. If you’re still split between the two, why not try both? Image Credits: Annie Spratt on Unsplash
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Notes

Time for a mid-morning coffee and donut break. Don't be surprised if you spend longer than planned here trying different donut flavours!

Getting there

If you're driving, it's advisable to park in a multi-story or along the street so you can explore the rest of the Downtown area on foot. You can also walk from Washington Park to the Downtown in 25 minutes.

Travel time
0 hours 25 minutes
10:45 - 12:30

Portland Art Museum

1219 SW Park Ave, Portland, OR 97205, USA
Founded in 1892, the Portland Art Museum is one of the oldest art museums in the US and certainly the oldest on the Pacific Coast. The museum has a wealth of collections spanning many centuries and numerous cultures. One of its prized collections is the Centre for Native American art where 200 indigenous groups are represented. The range of impressionist paintings are also popular as are the pieces from Andy Warhol and Monet. Image Credits: Matt Walk Wild
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Price covers: Entry
Prices for Portland Art Museum
Category Price Restrictions
Standard 25.00 USD
Students 22.00 USD
Members 0.00 USD
Kids 0.00 USD Under 17
Seniors 22.00 USD

Notes

After your morning walk, coffee, and donuts, it's time for a bit of cultural sightseeing before lunch.

Getting there

The museum is a short 10-minute walk along SW Jefferson St.

Travel time
0 hours 10 minutes
13:30 - 14:00

Mill Ends Park

Mill Ends Park, 56 SW Taylor St, Portland, OR 97204, USA
This seems to be a deliberate attempt by the city of Portland to break another record and you can hardly blame them as it worked! Mill Ends Park is officially registered as the smallest park in the world. It’s a tiny circle of concrete with some cute flowers and shrubs in its centre. The park sits in the middle of a road and is anything but impressive. Don’t go out of your way to see it, but it’s an amusing place to visit for a quick photo and a laugh to pay tribute to the ever-present quirkiness of Portland. Image Credits: Lovemedead on Wikimedia Commons
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Notes

After lunch in Downtown, it's time to head east to the Willamette River.

Getting there

You can catch the MAX RED or MAX BLUE tram line to Yamhill District which is right on the river. The journey takes about 15 minutes. Alternatively, it's about a 15-20 minute walk to reach the river.

Travel time
0 hours 15 minutes
14:00 - 15:30

Tom McCall Waterfront Park

Tom McCall Waterfront Park, 98 SW Naito Pkwy, Portland, OR 97204, USA
If you’re looking for a park near Downtown, this is the one. The promenade hugs the west bank of the Willamette River with a mile-long trail that stretches from Marquam Bridge up to Steel Bridge. If you walk the full path, you’ll get a chance to see 5 bridges, some of which are a century old! If you’re visiting on a weekend, be sure to stop off at the famous Portland Saturday Market. This weekend market sells local merchandise, gifts, souvenirs, and tasty food. Guess what else? It’s North America’s largest continuous open-air handicraft market. You’ve done it again Portland! Image Credits: Cacophony on Wikimedia Commons
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Notes

Spend the rest of the afternoon walking along the promenade at Tom McCall Waterfront Park. This is a great opportunity to see more of Portland's famous bridges and to enjoy the views of the Willamette River.

Getting there

The Tom McCall Waterfront Park is in the same area as the Mill Ends Park. It's now your decision to see how far you want to explore along the waterfront!

Travel time
0 hours 5 minutes
18:00 - 21:00

McMenamins Blue Moon Tavern & Grill

432 NW 21st Ave, Portland, OR 97209, USA
Again, aiming to sweep the rug out from competitors with its food/drink scene, Portland claims to have the most independent microbreweries of any city in the world. There are over 58 breweries crammed into the city limits and you’ll likely start to recognise the brands in bars across the city. McMenamins are one of the most popular brands in Portland. These brothers have set up all sorts of entertainment venues in Portland – from bars and brewpubs to theatres and coffee roasters. They choose historical buildings for many of their venues and boast 9 institutions in the US National Register of Historic Places. Come here to hang out in the futuristic/astronomical décor. Play some shuffleboard or pool whilst sipping on a hoppy hazy ale. Image Credits: Gonzalo Remy on Unsplash
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Notes

After an afternoon relaxing at your accommodation, it's time to head in the direction of Nob Hill to explore a little more of Portland after dark.

Getting there

McMenamins Blue Moon Tavern & Grill is in the Northwest of Portland, between Nob Hill and Goose Hollow. It's on NW 21st Ave alongside numerous other bars and restaurants.

Day 2

Historic Portland

Today you will discover some of Portland's history through old buildings and cultural sites.
09:00 - 10:00

Stepping Stone Café

2390 NW Quimby St, Portland, OR 97210, USA
Hope you’ve got an appetite for this place, you’re going to need it. The Stepping Stone Café personifies the vivacious attitude so famed in Portland. This café serves up enormous 13-inch pancakes – more commonly known as “mancakes”. Despite being not particularly “PC”, Stepping Stone Café have been unapologetically whipping up delicious brunch dishes under the slogan “You Eat Here Because We Let You” for years, and things aren’t about to change. Image Credits: Adam Bartoszewicz on Unsplash
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Notes

After the previous night, you might want a bit of a rest this morning. Head to the Stepping Stone Cafe for a cup of coffee and a big stack of pancakes to get you in the mood for the day!

Getting there

The cafe is in a similar area to McMenamins Blue Moon Tavern & Grill but further north in central Nob Hill. NW 23rd Avenue is the closer main road that's accessible by the number 15 bus.

10:30 - 14:30

Forest Park

Forest Park, Portland, OR, USA
The city of Portland yet again breaks records with this wilderness area. Forest Park is the largest nature area in any US city boundary. The woodland spans 5,200 acres and runs parallel to the Willamette River. The park has 80 miles of trails to explore that can be walked, hiked, or biked. It’s a popular spot for wildlife fanatics and birdwatchers due to its dense forested ecosystem containing 50 species of birds and mammals. The Wildwood Trail is particularly popular for joggers and cyclists. Image Credits: Joe Mabel on Wikimedia Commons
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Notes

Forest Park is a large nature area that can be spent all day exploring. The southern edge is the closest point to the city. From here there are many trailheads to access the park from.

Getting there

There's parking spots along the NW Cornell Road. Alternatively, there's a pleasant (albeit steep) walk from the Stepping Stone Cafe up into Forest Park.

11:00 - 12:00

Witch’s Castle

Lower Macleay Trail, Portland, OR 97210, USA
Ghostly myths and old stone ruins in the woods. If you have a sense of adventure and enjoy the more unconventional sites, the Witch’s Castle in Forest Park may be the place for you. There has never been any evidence of a witch living here, not officially at least. Instead, in the 18th century, a man named Danford Balch lived on the land with his daughter. A farmhand named Mortimer Stump fell in love with his daughter and the two of them eloped. Balch swore revenge. Upon their return, he shot Stump in the face and was promptly arrested and executed – which officially became the first execution in the state of Oregon. So began the tales of a haunting. The building was used by park rangers and hikers for a time, but it soon fell into disrepair. Now it’s a popular space for walkers to visit if only to spook themselves! Image Credits: Eric Muhr on Unsplash
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Notes

One of the early highlights in Forest Park is the Witch's Castle. You can start your walk here and then venture further north into the park using the network of hiking trails.

Getting there

The Witch's Castle is on the Wildwood Trail near Balch Creak. It is only a short 10-15 minute walk from the parking area on NW Cornell Road.

Travel time
0 hours 15 minutes
12:30 - 14:30

Pittock Mansion

Pittock Mansion, 3229 NW Pittock Dr, Portland, OR 97210, USA
Perhaps one of the most historic buildings in Portland. Built in 1914, this 23-room mansion is now open to tours and is home to a museum. The house is situated on 46-acre area and is perched on a headland in the lush West Hills. On a clear day, there are stunning views over Portland, its outer suburbs, and the Cascades in the distance. If you aren’t interested in going inside the mansion, this is still a worthwhile place to visit due to its fantastic views over the city. Image Credits: Tim Muangkeo on Unsplash; Trang Nguyen on Unsplash
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Price covers: Entry
Prices for Pittock Mansion
Category Price Restrictions
Standard 13.00 USD
Students 9.00 USD
Members 0.00 USD
Kids 0.00 USD Under 6
Seniors 11.00 USD

Notes

You've enjoyed the Portland woods, but it's now time to get a better view of the city and to admire some of its historic architecture.

Getting there

You can access Pittock Mansion via the south side of the parking area on NW Cornell Road. There's a 1.4 mile walk that continues along the Wildwood Trail. The hike should take no longer than 30 minutes. Alternatively, there is a parking lot at Pittock Mansion, but you have to loop around the hills to get to it. Driving time is about 15 minutes.

Travel time
0 hours 30 minutes
15:00 - 16:00

Powell's City of Books

1005 W Burnside St, Portland, OR 97209, USA
If you’re a bibliophile, this is for you. If you’re interested in culture, this is for you. If you want to see another item in the canon of record-breaking feats in Portland, this is also for you. Powell’s City of Books is listed as the largest bookstore in the world – based on shelf space, which must mean there are other competitors out there for floorspace! This book metropolis takes up an entire block and is filled with a staggering selection of new and used books. Late closing hours, a coffee shop, and more books than you know what to do with. The perfect way to spend an afternoon. Image Credits: Matt Walk Wild
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Notes

After lots of walking and outdoor activities, the afternoon will be spent with a bit of downtime. After browsing the endless shelves, buy a tea and sit in the cafe reading your new book whilst the world goes by outside.

Getting there

Powell's is back in Downtown. Again you can use on-street parking. Alternatively, the W Burnside & SW 10th is the closest bus stop. There's also the NW 10th & Couch street car stop right around the corner.

Travel time
0 hours 30 minutes
19:00 - 23:00

McMenamins Crystal Ballroom

1332 W Burnside St, Portland, OR 97209, USA
Originally called Cotillion Hall, the building was erected in 1914 and was used as a ballroom dance theatre. It grew to prominence throughout the Great Depression but hit new heights in the 1960s. Following the San Francisco hippy movement, a stream of counterculture values travelled north to Portland. The Crystal Ballroom became a hub for events themed around psychedelic rock, jazz, blues, and beat poetry nights. Tina Turner, Marvin Gaye, James Brown, Little Richard, and Jimi Hendrix are all slated to have played – although some are considered urban myths! Now part of the McMenamins empire, the Crystal Ballroom is still a brilliant concert venue with a bizarre spring-loaded dance floor and house-brewed beer. Image Credits: Matt Walk Wild
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Notes

Get on your dancing shoes, it's time to sample some of Portland's nightlife - in a building of great historic value no less. It's worth booking tickets in advance as some of the popular events sell out.

Getting there

Located on W Bernside Street, just off highway 405.

Day 3

Food Glorious Food

Today, there's more free time to relax and explore the buzzing food scene in Portland.
09:00 - 10:00

Stumptown Coffee Roasters

128 SW 3rd Ave, Portland, OR 97204, USA
Where better to drink coffee than at a roaster that pays tribute to one of Portland’s famous nicknames? Portland is a leader in artisan coffee shops and roasteries. Throughout the city, you will find delicious coffee but perhaps one of its best cafes is Stumptown. There are a few spread across the city, but the Downtown venue is one of the most popular. The nitro cold brew is particularly popular for a caffeine kick on a sunny day! Image Credits: Pouregon on Wikimedia Commons
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Notes

As usual in Portland, the best way to start the day is by stopping for a cup of coffee at one of their famous roasteries.

Getting there

Stumptown Coffee Roasters is in Downtown, not far from Burnside Bridge.

10:15 - 12:15

Lan Su Chinese Garden

Lan Su Chinese Garden, 239 NW Everett St, Portland, OR 97209, USA
This is not your average replica garden. It may even be an insult to call it so. The Lan Su gardens were built in the style of the Ming Dynasty – an era of Chinese history from the 13th to 16th centuries. The production of the garden was an incredible undertaking. 60 landscape gardeners and designers from Suzhou in China spent a year constructing the garden. In doing so, they successfully created the largest traditional Chinese garden in the United States. Even the tools and materials used for production were brought over from China. The gardens are a tranquil place for reflection and contain antique stonework architecture and delicate botanical displays. Order a green tea from the on-site tea house and sit by the koi pond to truly immerse yourself in this ancient Chinese dynasty. Image Credits: Knopka Ivy on Wikimedia Commons
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Price covers: Entry
Prices for Lan Su Chinese Garden
Category Price Restrictions
Standard 12.95 USD
Students 9.95 USD
Members 0.00 USD
Kids 0.00 USD Under 5
Seniors 11.95 USD

Notes

With the frantic pace of the last couple of days, today is about winding down and relaxing. In the Lan Su Chinese Garden, you can do exactly it. This is a place to relax, admire the gardens, and have some downtime in a serene location.

Getting there

The gardens are directly north from Stumptown Coffee Roasters, a 5-minute walk up NW 3rd Avenue.

Travel time
0 hours 10 minutes
12:30 - 14:30

Food Carts

Portland, OR, USA
There are around 600 food carts scattered throughout the city – although at times it’s been as high as 850. They often gather in groups or “pods” to create miniature cart cities. Usually there are awnings and seating areas where you can enjoy your food outdoors but undercover. It’s possible to eat cuisine from all over the world and there are too many here to name. It’s worth visiting one of the “pods” and then following the smells and sights from there! Image Credits: Sean Benesh on Unsplash
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Notes

For the bulk of the day, you can now go on a food tour around Portland. The food carts are one of its most famous aspects after all and it's a great idea to sample dishes from lots of different areas to get the full flavour of the scene.

Getting there

The food carts really are sprinkled throughout the city. Try to pick a few cuisines you really want to try and make your way on foot around the "pods" in the area.

18:00 - 21:00

Cascade Brewing Barrel House

939 SE Belmont St, Portland, OR 97214, USA
Wide variety of zany barrel-aged sour beers. The selection is unique in every way. From cocoa cardamom to winter sage, there’s not much this brewery doesn’t try to produce! There’s plenty of indoor and outdoor seating with a strong food menu too. A popular choice is the “beer cheese soup”. Make sure to order a flight of ales so you can sample a wider range of their beers. Image Credits: Jose Hernandez-Uribe on Unsplash
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Notes

Round off the day by washing down your meals with some great cask ales.

Getting there

SE Grand & Belmont Northbound is the closest station on the light rail. SE Belmont & 9th on the number 15 is the closest bus stop.

Travel time
0 hours 30 minutes

Day 4

Goodbye Portland

Immerse yourself amongst the locals in the farmer's market before learning a thing or two at the science museum. Round the day off with a final hilltop view of Portland.
09:00 - 10:30

Portland Farmer’s Market

Simon Benson House, 1803 SW Park Ave, Portland, OR 97201, USA
Locals might tell you this is the better version of the more touristy Portland Saturday Market by Burnside Bridge. Wherever you go in Portland, there appears to be a touristy hotspot and then a more intimate locals’ favourite not far down the road. That’s one of the wonders of Portland, locals and tourists both have a preference, and most times, everyone wins. Open from 9 am to 2 pm every Saturday making this market's presence short but sweet. Crammed with vendors selling fresh food where sumptuous smells rise from varied breakfast/lunch stands, it’s no wonder the locals love it so much. There’s a relaxed atmosphere in the market which embraces a weekend vibe with good music playing in the background. Locals usually come to buy produce and ingredients to cook at home but if you just want to wander around gawping before buying one of the hot ready-made meals, that’s fine too! Image Credits: EncMstr on Wikimedia Commons
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Notes

Hopefully, you can coincide your trip with the weekend to visit this Saturday market. If not, there are other options for farmer's markets around Portland. Check out the Portland Farmers Market at Shemanski Park (open Wednesdays) or the Lloyd Farmer's Market (open Tuesdays).

11:00 - 14:00

Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI)

1945 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR 97214, USA
A Science and technology museum with 3 auditoriums, a large-screen theatre, planetarium, and multiple exhibition halls. A particular highlight is a tour around the USS Blueback submarine. An opportunity to learn about the crew of 85 who lived for months on end in the cramped confines under the sea. The planetarium and IMAX cinema are also popular with young children and families. Image Credits: M.O. Stevens on Wikimedia Commons
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Price covers: Entry
Prices for Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI)
Category Price Restrictions
Standard 15.00 USD
Students 10.50 USD
Seniors 12.00 USD

Notes

You can also book cinema tickets at the OMSI if you want to catch a movie while you're there.

Getting there

On the east bank of the Willamette River. The OMSI has its own parking space and a designated stop on the light rail making it very easy to access.

15:00 - 17:00

Mount Tabor Park

Mt Tabor Park, SE 60th Ave &, SE Salmon St, Portland, OR 97215, USA
There are only a handful of US cities with extinct volcanoes in the city boundaries and surprisingly Portland is one of them! Mount Tabor is the remnants of an old volcanic cinder cone. Located in eastern Portland, the area is now a sizeable grassy mound with forested areas and parks. It’s a great place for a walk on a sunny day with views over Portland city and towards the surrounding hills. Mount Tabor is also one of the best places in Portland to watch a sunset with some good stargazing on a clear night. Image Credits: Sarah Ardin on Unsplash
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Notes

Nice place for a stroll to get one last view of Portland on your final evening.

Getting there

There's plenty of parking around Mt Tabor. Alternatively, it can be reached by heading east along SE Division St on the number 2 bus.

Travel time
0 hours 10 minutes
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